Our Journey

1930s

Shree Bhuramall Chaudhary started his first textile shop

1940

Shree. Lunkaran Das Chaudhary took over the reigns of the business

1965

Ratna Steel Ltd. was established

1968

Arun Emporium, the first and the largest departmental arcade in Nepal was started

1981 Contract signed with Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan

Suzuki cars entered the Nepalese market in 1981 AD through Arun Intercontinental Traders (Now part of CG|MotoCorp). Today Suzuki is the No.1 selling brand of cars in Nepal.

1988

CG Oils, Starch and Derivatives

1994 Nepal Lube Oil

Nepal Lube Oil has been operational since its incorporation in 1984 as a government owned company under the Nepal Company Act 2021. After 10 years in operation under the government’s privatization policy, CG Holdings took over the management of Nepal Lube Oil Ltd in 1994.

2007 CG Properties

CG Properties was established with the aim to create masterpiece of architectural excellence and construct projects to the highest standards of quality to provide a Style-Status-Value for lifetime. Cityscape was the 1st Project started by CG Properties in 2007

2010 CG Money

CG Remit Pvt Ltd, started its operation in the latter half of 2010. In the short span of its operation, it has already succeeded to establish its name in the field of remittance business.

2012 CG Learning

Acquired Premier College as the first initiative. The following year CG Institute of Management was established and since then there has been no looking back for CG Learning.

2015 CG Hotels & Resorts

CG Hotels acquired its first resort, Tiger Land Safari Resort.

2018 Brewery & Distillery

Acquired Himalayan Brewery and Trishakti Distillery

Late Shree Lunkaran Das Chaudhary

Set in the 1930s, Chaudhary Group’s journey to becoming Nepal’s largest business conglomerate started as a humble family-owned textile business

After the devastating Nepalese earthquake of 1934 AD,Shree. Bhuramull Chaudhary acquired a shop in Juddha Sadak from the Rana regime during the country’s national reconstruction efforts. Their primary business was supplying Indian-imported fabrics to the Rana regime, and Shree Bhuramull along with his son Shree Lunkaran Chaudhary set the groundwork for Chaudhary Group as we see it today. 

  The untimely demise of his father capitulated young Shree Lunkaran Das Chaudhary to take the reigns of the business at the tender age of 23. He started exporting jute to the west and importing fabrics from the east. as the import-export business grew, he expanded to textile manufacturing, stainless steel, flooring and furnishing, leading to the establishment of Ratna Stainless Steel Pvt,ltd in 1965.

Shree Lunkaran Das Chaudhary carved himself a substantial share of the fabric trade and manufacturing industry, encouraging him to start Arun Emporium in 1968. As Nepal’s first departmental arcade, the Emporium dealt with the import and export of textile, hardware, electronics, construction equipment, food items, and much more.

The framework created by Shree Lunkaran Das Chaudhary allowed his three sons: Mr. Binod Chaudhary, Mr. Basant Chaudhary, and Mr. Arun Chaudhary to elevate the Chaudhary Group to the multi-vertical framework today, with over 100 companies under its radar and an outlay investment of over a billion USD